AAA says prices should remain lower as Gulf Coast refining and delivery systems to move toward normal operations after Hurricane Harvey and demand drops in the fall.
Ticking slowly and steadily, regular gas prices have receded for the last 10 consecutive days.
Oil prices on the worldwide markets rose to a 7-week high last week and local fuel gas stations are still feeling the effects of the recent storms.
The Dearborn-based auto club says late Sunday the average price for self-serve regular unleaded gasoline was about $2.42 per gallon. This is down more than $.07 in the last two weeks.
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"That downward momentum is starting to pick up steam", Gasbuddy senior analyst Patrick DeHaan told ConsumerAffairs.
Gas prices in northern New England are coming down in northern New England, although it may still be some time before drivers see pre-hurricane prices.
AAA reports gas prices are on a steady decline after reaching three-year highs following hurricanes Harvey and Irma. That would usually trigger more work from energy companies, though exploration and production activity in the United States remains suppressed, which is actually supporting even higher crude oil prices because it shows the market is starting to balance out. While prices so far in 2017 are up 10.1%, that is well below the average move of 17.4% for all years since 2005 and ranks as the sixth smallest YTD gain over the last thirteen years. It was up from $2.25 a month ago.
During Hurricane Harvey, gas prices rose by 50 cents to $2.73 a gallon.